Pro-leave adverts demanding the Prime Minister “chuck Chequers” and seek a more distant Brexit from the EU have run in regional newspapers.
The full-page promos dismissing the proposal for Britain’s future relationship with the EU as the “same old, same old” have appeared ahead of a series of rallies due to start on Saturday.
Organised by Leave Means Leave, the adverts say Theresa May’s bargaining position with the EU “hardly changes anything”, and highlights the benefits of leaving on World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules.
It says: “There are over 160 countries in the World Trade Organisation and only 28 countries in the European Union.
“It’s obvious where the greater opportunities lie. It’s time to deliver what we voted for.”
Leave Means Leave said on Sunday it planned to run the advert in 30 newspapers with a combined audience of five million people.
Those to run it on Tuesday included the Yorkshire Evening Post.
A series of rallies will begin in Bolton on Saturday followed by Birmingham, Torquay, Bournemouth, Gateshead and Harrogate.
Conservatives including David Davis and Jacob Rees-Mogg, former Ukip leader Nigel Farage and Labour’s Kate Hoey are expected to attend.